By Josh Smith and Joori Roh SEOUL (Reuters) -South Korea and the United States began joint maritime exercises with a U.S.
By Athit Perawongmetha and Vorasit Satienlerk NA KLANG, Thailand (Reuters) - Thai government buildings flew flags at half ...
U.S. President Joe Biden said Russian President Vladimir Putin's threat to use nuclear weapons threatens to bring about the ...
Australia's two most populous states are preparing for heavy rains over the weekend as authorities on Friday urged residents ...
The mounting economic toll of China's zero-COVID policy is raising investor hopes that Beijing may finally begin laying the ...
European Union leaders will lock horns on Friday over whether and how to cap gas prices, as they attempt to curb a surge in ...
A four-member SpaceX Crew Dragon team, including a Russian cosmonaut and the first Native American woman sent to orbit, ...
Lesotho citizens were due to vote in an election on Friday, after years of political instability that the southern African ...
By Pavel Polityuk KYIV (Reuters) -Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said Kyiv's forces were swiftly recapturing more ...
Brazilian presidential candidate Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva has a seven-point-lead over incumbent President Jair Bolsonaro ...
By Poppy McPherson and Vorasit Satienlerk NA KLANG, Thailand (Reuters) - Pink and white coffins adorned with gold and bearing ...
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Thursday there was nothing worth discussing with Greece at the moment and, at the ...